Use of "hay que" - to have to  

Spanish 101 Hay Que
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Hay que means it's necessary.
We use hay que + infinitive.

Hay que denunciar el robo.
      It's necessary to report the thief.

Hay que estudiar.
      It's necessary to study.

Hay que recoger unos libros.
      It's necessary to collect some books.

Hay que preparar el examen.
      It's necessary to prepare the exam.

Hay que reservar los asientos.
      It's necessary to reserve the seats.

Hay que beber agua.
      It's necessary to drink water.

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